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Hoopster in training

Jack Jensen, 1, seems to have a handle on this basketball thing. Jensen, the son of MACCRAY assistant basketball coach Adam Jensen and wife Hallie, played around on the court between games at the Bremer Bank Holiday Classic on Saturday at Willmar...

Jack Jensen
Jack Jensen, 1, seems to have a handle on this basketball thing. Jensen, the son of MACCRAY assistant basketball coach Adam Jensen and wife Hallie, played around on the court between games at the Bremer Bank Holiday Classic on Saturday at Willmar High School. (TRIBUNE/Tom Larson)

Jack Jensen, 1, seems to have a handle on this basketball thing. Jensen, the son of MACCRAY assistant basketball coach Adam Jensen and wife Hallie, played around on the court between games at the Bremer Bank Holiday Classic on Saturday at Willmar High School. “He’s kind of a natural,” Adam Jensen said with a laugh. “He grabs it and goes right to the hoop.” Jack actually does come by it naturally: Dad, a 2005 Benson graduate, is the Braves’ No. 3 career scorer with 1,336 points.

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